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Rotating Die Vs Rotating Roller

30/06/2015

Which type of technology should I use for my pellet mill operation?

Rotating Die

Rotating die demo

For Rotating die type, the flat die rotates with a stationary twin roller on top.  As the die rotates, raw material (in powder form) introduced on top is forced into the holes of the die by the stationary roller

You may want to consider this type of pellet mill if you:

  1. Have little or no experience in producing your own pellets
  2. Prefer to pay less for a flat die pellet mill
  3. Choose to incur lower electricity cost
  4. Are very sure your raw material consists of only soft wood type*
  5. No strict requirement on pellet quality

ALL SUPERIOR models USE ROTATING DIE type

* – Note: FOR ROTATING DIE PELLET MILL – YOU SHOULD ONLY USE SOFT WOOD RAW MATERIAL.  FAILURE TO DO SO WILL RESULT IN DIE/ROLLER DAMAGE AND VOID YOUR WARRANTY

Rotating Roller

Rotating roller demo

For rotating roller type, the twin roller rotates around a stationary flat die, and forcing the raw material (in powder form) into the holes of the die.

You may want to consider this if you:

  1. Possess some understanding about pellet production
  2. Can stretch your budget to pay more for such pellet mill
  3. Are OK with slightly higher electricity cost
  4. Prefer to produce better quality pellets

Rotating Roller has stronger compression strength compared to rotating die type and therefore, it can be used with hardwood raw material as well as softwood

ALL PREMIUM models USE ROTATING ROLLER type